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Infrastructure Dollars Help Upstate with Road, Bridge Repairs

With the warm weather here, local highway crews are out working on road repairs and construction projects. There are approximately 114,000 centerline miles of highway in the state and local governments are responsible for the maintenance of nearly...

July 21, 2017
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Voters to Decide on Constitutional Convention in November

Pursuant to our State’s Constitution, every twenty years a referendum is required to be placed on the ballot asking New York State voters whether New York should convene a constitutional convention for the purposes of amending our State...

July 14, 2017
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Farmer’s Market Nutrition Connects Seniors to Local Produce

We are fortunate in this area to have access to so much homegrown produce—from maple syrup to onions, to fresh peaches and sweet corn. This time of year there are many opportunities to take advantage of the local harvests at farmer’s markets....

July 7, 2017
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Barclay: Statement on Closing of Michaud Residential Health Services

“Like most residents in the area, I am concerned about the closure of Michaud Nursing Home. While I was aware that Michaud was experiencing financial challenges, prior to Wednesday’s announcement I had not been informed of the planned closure....

July 7, 2017
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Barclay: Far from “Extraordinary” But Good For District

Just one week following the last day of the 2017 Legislative Session, the governor called state lawmakers back to Albany for Extraordinary Session to take up legislation that would extend mayoral control of New York City schools and other measures....

June 29, 2017
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